Hands on: Android O’s most useful features (so far)

With Google I/O officially behind us, it’s time to start looking forward — and that means time to start thinking in more detail about the next major version of Android and what it’ll mean for us.

Google Home and Photos may have stolen the show at last week’s conference, but the already-under-development Android O certainly had its share of the spotlight. We’ve known about Android O for a while now, of course — ever since the first developer preview of the software plopped out back in March — but at I/O, Android O officially entered its beta phase and became readily available to anyone with a recent Nexus or Pixel phone.

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from Computerworld http://www.computerworld.com/article/3197702/android/android-o-features.html#tk.rss_all

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